At the 32nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, 'Schitt's Creek' won the award for outstanding comedy series for the second year in a row.
Writer, director, and executive producer Dan Levy accepted the award on behalf of the show.
"When we set out to make 'Schitt's Creek,' we simply wanted to tell funny and hopefully meaningful stories about personal growth, love, empowerment and bebe crows," Levy said when he accepted the award.
"We had no idea how that town would become such a safe space for our viewers as well. But in reality, there is still so much work that needs to be done, and I cannot thank GLAAD enough for their relentless pursuit of trying to ensure that we can one day live in a world where our community feels that same kind of support." Levy added.
The virtual ceremony, which aired on GLAAD's YouTube channel, was hosted by Niecy Nash. The event will be streamed live on Hulu beginning at 10 pm. It will include an exclusive performance from Sabrina Carpenter and also feature performances from Chika, Rebecca Black, and Nash's wife Jessica Betts.
Sam Smith (outstanding music artist), 'Happiest Season' (outstanding film – wide release) and 'The Boys in the Band' (outstanding film – limited release) were among the other winners.
'Disclosure,' which was shut out by the Academy Awards, won for outstanding documentary. The Netflix film chronicles Hollywood's depiction of transgender people and its impact on American culture.
The cast of 'Glee' also reunited for a special tribute to the late Naya Rivera's character Santana Lopez. Demi Lovato's introduction summed up her significance as an artist.